Casa de la Abuela
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... head, the authority figure and the decision-maker. 4. Mothers are greatly revered, but their role may be seen as secondary to that of their husband. And, the men may cook at an outdoor function in a park, but the woman is the cook. 5. Children come to the parties; it is expected. 6. At some finer restaurants, it may be considered rude for the staff to bring a customer the check without the customer first requesting it. The customer of a restaurant must ask for ...
... an incredible sunset as a backdrop. The perfect ending to a great day was Netherlands penalty victory (4-3) over Costa Rica.
Tomorrow morning at 7:00 a.m. we've been invited to J&C's for Breakfast at Wimbledon to watch Roger's last grand slam victory and from there we're off to Tlaquepaque (T-lock-a-paw-k) for some sightseeing, shopping and lunch in this quaint little town east of Guadalarjara. The fun just never stops here in the south.
... into these boxes to protect them until they turn to worm, larva and finallly into Monarch butterflies when he releases them into the world to fend for themselves.
Then there was CHEWY - their parrot. Deb didn't expect to be chased and bitten on the ankles but she steered clear for the balance of the night. After dinner, sipping some Tequila I guess I got a little mouthy. John is an avid tennis player who plays at least three days a ...
Our hope had been to get to PV on the 11th of Jan, spend the month there and then go to Ajijic for the month of Feb. As we had left it kind of late to book a place in Ajijic we were told not to worry, there would be lots of short term places for rent if you look in Dec - Jan. We had looked all of Dec.....zero! Then Jan 1 an ...
Every day/night continued as planned throughout Saturday the final day of the festival. The plaza was packed every night until late. There will be vendors still selling their wares for a few days and the rides are still up and running but will pack up soon and move on to their next venue. There has been a lot of celebrating but I will not miss the morning wake up calls and the packed street of Ajijic which made going out in the car are real challenge. But ...